The only reason I haven’t bought that particular collection of roleplaying game e-books is because I already own it all. Except maybe the music. The important thing, though, is that all of the Trail of Cthulhu books listed there are excellent and they’re based around a rules-set that revolves around investigation and mystery solving the same way that other games revolve around combat. Worth your time to pick up on the cheap.
Oh, yeah, the people at Bundle of Holding know how to raid my wallet.
THAT cover pushes buttons, yes it does. And the rest of the stuff will appeal to the wife (she’s even more of a pulp fan than I am). Check it out before it goes too high…
Was that one any good?
…What? I haven’t played every roleplaying game in the universe. And do you know how much some of this stuff cost? Especially when I was younger, and hella poorer? I apologize for liking food, clothing, and shelter, sorry.
I am not getting this one solely because I already HAVE all of it. Delta Green is one of the greatest roleplaying campaign settings of all time, and is one of my absolute favorites. Twenty bucks is dirt cheap for this much concentrated awesome.
PS: They’re going to be doing a new edition, and I am going to be one of the Alpha Team playtesters. I paid money to be on Alpha Team; that is how much I love this game.
PPS: If you’ve gotten this far without already knowing… well, OK: Delta Green is a roleplaying game that is usually described as “X-Files meets Call of Cthulhu,” which is a correct but not sufficient description.
Classic Traveller. The thirty year old old-school stuff. Now in handy tablet-friendly form.
God, this is worse than crack cocaine.